17 Burst results for "Moza"
"moza" Discussed on Gun Talk
"Because there is a right answer here. You don't know. And you're asking, what's the difference? Therein lies why we go to training. Here's the thing. If you go through a door with a long gun with the moza pointed upwards and there's someone behind the door. All that person has to do is grab the barrel of the gun, you don't have enough strength to push the barrel down to be able to shoot them. They can just hold that muzzle up as they close in on you. If you have, on the other hand, the muzzle pointed downward, as you're moving around, if someone grabs the muzzle as it's pointed down, you just drop to one knee and shoot them in the kneecap. Shotgun or rifle doesn't matter, you have their undivided attention at this point. And then you can proceed to shoot them many more times, whatever it takes to make them stop doing what it is they're doing. Well, you think, well, how would I ever thought of that? You don't. You go to people who think about that kind of thing. You go to people who train you for that. So going back to shotgun versus rifle, all these myths about shotguns. You don't have to aim them. Yes, you do. You know, it will do this, maybe it will. Well, benefits of shotgun are different kinds of ammo. Buckshot versus slugs, but there again, you got to know what you're doing. Quick update here. All of them both buckshot and slugs will go through multiple walls, actually, and here's the interesting part. Here's where the myths come in, and if you have a test that you probably don't know, and we've tested all this, the shotgun will go through more walls in your house than your AR will, with most ammo, your AR. But it's a rifle, yeah, I know. I know. Just if you won't test it for yourself, either take my word for it because I have or go actually watch our video from 8 years ago now. It's on our YouTube channel of us doing this. We actually ended up doing two consecutive shows because we had so many guns we were shooting. 22s, three 80s, buckshot slugs, 5, 5, 6, 38, three 57, 9 millimeter 45 different kinds of bullets. We were trying to see what would go through. I guess cut to the chase through three walls and leaving the exterior sighting of a house. Everything goes through with very few exceptions. Buckshot goes through all the walls, slugs go through all the walls. Almost all handgun rounds go through all of the walls. Um. What does it go through all the walls? AR-15, ammo, most of it. Bird shot doesn't. I'll start a fight. Birch shop or self defense. Probably not a great idea, would have very, very limited applications. I think three 80 actually went through all the walls. So 22s did not. So there you go. You're better off hitting what you're shooting at and not depending upon your load to not go through walls. Simple as that. Let's see, Jim, we've got time to get bob in here. Okay, we don't. All right, bob, hold on, we'll get to you when we come back. I want to talk about some of the classes that we have here. Let's see. It calls saying stigmatism, this can be corrected. Now called AKA stigmatism carry out of me. I don't know, but you can sure go to your doctor and ask, and now of course they're doing all this magic stuff with lasik and then cataract surgery. I've had all of it. I've had lasik, I've had cat surgery, no wonder kids. Who do you think? It's amazing. I always have my built in alibis, no matter where I go. So yeah, of course, of course I'm missing. What do you expect, you know? Jeez. Give me a break. Actually, I'm fortunate enough to have pretty good ice light. And more than that, still have the ability to pull a
Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"moza" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"And once you go through there, you'll be on a whirlwind tour of all the things that we offer not only to parents, but to those who are providing sex education. So you can contact us through the website, my personal email mozak, MOS AC K at we ascend data work. And love to hear from you, we're certainly for parents, 100%, and want to be there want to have their backs and we do. We try to have their backs every single day. So at least in the three of us, parents can know we're here to help you in any way we can. And to give you solid arguments and arm you with really the best research what's right and help you wade through all of this confusion out there. Irene and Marianne, thank you so much for joining me today. I have personally loved this interview and I know that our listeners are going to be as well because this is a critically important topic. So thanks for joining me. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thanks for having us. Great to be with you, both of you. Well, here are my points to ponder one. If your child is struggling, help him work through the struggle before doing anything else. You know, we're so anxious to relieve kids of their suffering, that we look for an answer and grab onto it. I've done this. Be extremely careful. Sometimes in our anxiety to help, we lead them to quote answers that aren't the correct ones. Transitioning kids is a major life altering decision and before parent considers it. They must be 100% confident that the root of the struggle is gender dysphoria. Even if it is, parents should wait until the child is older to transition. Give the child time to work through his emotional struggle before assuming that it's the gender dysphoria issue and not something else that's bothering him. Two. Kids don't have full brain development until they're in their 20s. To engage in a life altering treatment because the child claims they have gender dysphoria is unreasonable. A child's unable to make such a decision because they lack the ability to understand that an action done today will affect them in one month or one year, let alone a lifetime. We don't allow kids to drive just because they feel anxious to do so when they're 13 or allow them to drink alcohol because they have a deep desire to do so. These would be outrageous. Three, understand all of the medical psychological and emotional ramifications before even considering transitioning your child. Since the medical process of transitioning kids is relatively new. There has been less than adequate research until now. The research coming out is compelling. And every parent must know it before moving forward at all. Having a child wait until their adults is the best plan because there's a lot we still don't know about the full effects of the medications. Again, I want to offer my sincere thanks to colleagues, Irene Ericsson and Marianne mozak, when it comes to transition issues. These ladies are as well informed as one can get. Be sure to check out Irene's excellent research paper transgender research 5 things every parent and policymaker should know. And check out Marianne moza organization at we ascend dot org. Now let's review my points to ponder.
"moza" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Yeah sure I know what you mean. Not everything you need. I promise I ain't gonna hold out now. I'm gonna give it all to you baby that's what I'm gonna touch it. Baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you. I know what you want. You know I got a baby if you give it to me. I'll give it to you as long as you are. You know I gotta pay attention. To you I want you to be in together for a few years shed a few tears call each other nickname I should blow my food beer. I'm always on the road hardly ever home always busy this busy that can't talk on the phone. I know you aggravated walk around frustrated faces getting short. I no longer can you tolerate it listen mom just motivated. I do this for us stuff from the grind trying to elevate it and you can really be honest you stuck with me through my whole struggle can't even express the words how much the kid love you. I'm a stand as a man never above you I can tell that you different from most slightly approach you in the ill the body we don't sex every day but when we sex with teas in the past and the way love the way you touch of those little libraries got the guard feeling the least of relax for the day it's on you if you give it to me I'll give it to you. I know what you want. You know I got it baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you as long as you are. You know I got it I'm here for you. Baby I want you mommy, listen I'm for your love for me baby and how it moves so you can have this long and for the moment to talk the truth to you that's a never home I always get up and go keep putting you through the unnecessary regular I never meant to put a thousand pounds of stress on your head. I love the way we sleep and how we always cuddle in bed. Maybe you stick embracing your patients shedding your tears with me. I ask you my mommy please continue to bear with me. We started out road constantly on the road cutting up in the streets like we would never get old when Lucy then buses and 56 soldiers ain't no time just to let the roller magic pass still got each other back one more never nothing boy. We like throwing moza walking shows in the shoulder looking this game watching our team getting older. Baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you I know what you want you know I got it baby if you give it to me. I'll give it to you as long as you want you know I got it for you. It is you I want you guys to know I'll die for you and you know I ride with you I will always try with you and get my love and cry with you. I'm a part of my master. So baby come and get my bones to me. All right it's my love it's supposed to be I pull up to the house and the yellow Lamborghini it's been a few months and he and you haven't seen me. They look at good and that Gucci been here 38 carats you ring looking freezing no matter what I do in the world you never leave me fall back my I make your lifestyle easy. I appreciate the things you do to please me looking at my daughter you never do me greasy baby if you give it to me yeah I'll give it to you I know what you want. You know I got it baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you as long as you want. You know I got a baby. Don't you want to be with me. And you. Move records they records. Def Jam records busted the rhymes you give it to me all right.
"moza" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"But at the same time it's still a little. Yeah. So I know what you need. Everything you need. I'm Valentine gonna hold out Nathan. I'm gonna give it all to you baby that's what I'm gonna touch it baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you. I know what you want you know I got it baby if you give it to me. I'll give it to you as long as you are. You know I got a taste. I want to know I really do I want you to be here together for a few years call each other nickname my sugar plug and food beer. I'm always on the road hardly ever home over his busy this busy that can't talk on the phone. I know you aggravated walk around frustrated patients getting short. I don't longer can you tolerate it listen mom just motivated. I do this for us stuff on the grind trying to elevate it and get a really beyond as you stuck with me through my whole struggle can't even express the words how much the kid loves you. I'm a stand as a man never above you. I could tell that you different from most slightly approach you and the ill shit about it we don't sex every day but when we sex with teas and the passion and Wayne love the way you touch of the little queens got the God feeling released a relax with a dance on you. If you give it to me I'll give it to you. I know what you want. You know I got it baby if you give it to me. I'll give it to you as long as you are. You know I gotta tell you I can't see you I'm with you baby I feel the same I want you mommy listen for your love for me baby and how it moves through you can have them longing for the moment to talk the truth to you I should never home. I always get up and go putting you through the unnecessary regular rock and never meant to put a thousand pounds of stress on your head. I love the way we sleep and how we always cuddle in bed. Maybe I stay embracing your patience shedding your tears with me. I ask you my mommy please continue to bear with me. Started out broke constantly on the road cutting up in the streets like we would never get all went from Lucy then buses and 55th soldiers and over time just select the rover magic pass through got each other back 44 another none of you think this we got for you. We like throwing moza walk and shoulders looking this game watching our seas getting older. Baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you I know what you want you know I got it baby if you give it to me. I'll give it to you. As long as you want you know I got it easy. I promise you you got to know out there for you and you know I ride with you come off I will always try with you and give you my love and cry with you so I will climb my mind over time so baby come and get no promise to me all right. It's supposed to be I pull up to the house and the yellow Lamborghini it's been a few months and TA you haven't seen me. They look that good and that Gucci 38 carriage of your ring looking squeezing no matter what I do in the world you never leave me fall back my I make your lifestyle easy. I appreciate the things you do to please me looking at my daughter. You never give me grease. Baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you. I know what you want. You know I got a baby if you give it to me I'll give it to you as long as you want. You know I got it I get it what you want to do nothing. I don't need you want me you know. She records. Death jam records. Bust the rhymes. All right. Yeah. So beautiful. Studio, the way that it goes.
"moza" Discussed on Bear Grease
"And I think you'll be surprised how it ends. So a lot of your hunt stories are probably going to be about really great hunters to put a lot of preparation into their hunt and really go after a deer. They've seen on camera or seen my story is not that at all. To put some context in my story, it kind of starts with work. I work retail and work a lot of hours in the fall, especially toward holiday season, and this particular year, I think 2015, we had inventory in middle October, so it really cut down my ability to go scalp for good hunting places, or even really to go archery hunting. Moza loading season was right in the middle of inventory week. And I just decided I needed, I needed some relief from work, needed to get out and just kind of enjoy a day off after working for so many weeks and days in a row. And I mentioned it to Scott Brown, who I worked for at the time, who I consider to be one of the best hunters around. And he thought about it for a while. I didn't ask for a place to go, but he just suggested. Hey, I know where you should go. There's this great place that usually produces good bucks and you should know how to get there because we'd gone the previous turkey season and listen for turkeys up in the saddle. I said, you know what? I think that's a good idea. I don't have anywhere else to go, so I'll go give that a try. So when day was over, I got off at like 8 o'clock at night. And got home and rushed to put all my hunting gear together. And I'm usually real meticulous about having everything planned out and ready. I grabbed my powder, my extra powder, and my slugs, and I keep them in those little particles, tubes, and I went to bed. I got up early the next morning with what I thought was enough time to get out there, get on the top of this saddle on the mountain. On a guy out there, I'd forgotten that there was a bunch of down pine trees everywhere. You had to kind of snake your way through to get to the spot where you start to climb up the ridge. And the ridge was very, very steep. So I kind of slowly made my way up because it was really warm that weren't in two. So it realized how out of shape that I was also climbing up that and I started realizing that I could start to see the first little crack of daylight coming and I wasn't in that flow spot yet. And I wasn't going to make it because I didn't know exactly where it was with a headlamp on and I was going to pick a tree and do all that stuff in the dark and I said, you know what? I need to make something happen right now. So I kind of stopped where I was looked around and I noticed a really defined game trail. I mean, you could write a mountain bike through this trail. As much as it was getting used, I thought, okay, let me check the win. So check the win and it's like, okay, perfect. I can get above this trail a little higher up the hill and watch the trail, and that trail is headed to that low gap I was going to get to. And this will just have to work. And I'll just have to pray that I've got a good enough view on the sun comes up that I could get a clean shut off. But I know I can at least hunt that trail. So I did all the work, getting up in the tree and getting my stuff, and then once I got up there, I think I was smart enough to actually bring an extra shirt to change into, and then I pulled the Gary newcombe and sprayed myself down with the scent cover. And then I sat there for a few minutes, and as I said there, the sun start come up. And I kind of got mad at myself. I was like, you know, I've ruined this hunt already. I'm sweaty. I'm not where I'm supposed to be. I don't even know if I'm gonna have a good shot. This is gonna be a waste of my time. But I'm here, so let me just, I'll just enjoy being outside. And I sat there for about two hours with nothing, didn't hear nothing, thought, you know, I'm gonna give it one more hour, and then it'll take me about 45 minutes to climb out. And then I'll go home. It's like, this is just gonna be a bust. I just probably would have killed one if I'd been in the saddles what I thought. And not more than 5 minutes later, I heard the loudest what I would call a growl, but it wasn't really a growl. It was just a loud noise. And I had no idea what kind of animal did it. My first thought was, all right, there's about to be a bear walk down this trail. It's gonna go from a deer hunt to a bear hunt. So I turn aim a gun, start looking down the trail and out of the corner of my eye, I start to see three doors kind of walking the top of the ridge right above me. Just grazing their way around, it kind of ease in through, and I'll watch them until I had to swing around the other side of the tree and watch them until they went completely out of sight. And they never winded me, which is they should have, but they didn't. So I thought, well, that's pretty good. But a lot I need to focus my attention back on this bear that's going to come down the trail because there's still something down there. I don't know what it is. So turn my gun around, and I'm watching. And on the corner of my eye, I see movement again. And that's when one of the biggest bucks that I've ever seen by hunting walks out. Just a big body 8 point buck walks out. And I'm like, oh, this is great. Like I'm on him. I already know where those dough went. So I moved my gun to where he should have went. He walks right into it. I squeeze the trigger and nothing happens. I forgot it was a double safety gun, and I hadn't undone the other safety. I quickly under the other safety, he's moved by that point, so I have to swing around the other side of the tree. I've got one more chance to shoot this bug. I point the gun where those doughs had gone, and he walks right into the perfect spot, and I pull the trigger. When you hunt with the muzzle loader, you never know what you're gonna get when the smoke clears. When the smoke cleared, he was down on the ground, doing his final kicks, and I was like, oh, I got him. And then he quit kicking. I thought he's down. I've killed this big 8 points, the biggest one I've ever killed. So I texted two people immediately. I texted clay nukem and Scott Brown and told them that I've killed this big buck on this mountain. Well, while I'm texting Scott, that deer starts to kick just a little bit. And when he does, he's on such a steep slope, he starts slotting a little. And then he would stop. And I'm texting this to Scott, he's like, well, you better go ahead and reload, just in case you need to put another shot in him just to finish him off, and that's when I made it a realization that I made a huge mistake. I had grabbed two tubes of slugs in no powder. So I had nothing that I could finally dispatch this deer with. And then I'm starting to panic because as he kicks a little bit, he slides further down the mountain. At this point, he's even with my tree standings under my tree stand. And I'm convinced that it's a, it's a fatal shot. He's going to die, but the humane thing to do is to put him down why you see him. So I call Scott and I'm like, hey, you know where I'm at. I need some more powder. You're going to have to bring me some powder. And he forms me, well, let that deer get down the hill away from you. Climb out of your stance, stay up, good distance away from him, but don't lose sight of him. I'll find you in the Woods, and then we'll take care of it. No sooner than a hang up the phone, he makes one more kick and just really starts sliding off down the hill. It's almost like he's on a sled. And then all of a sudden, he just disappeared.
"moza" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Missed 5. The significant amount at three of those that again helps us sooner. Well, it's not a good record. It's not a good percentage, and then you sort of go down the line and say, well, who else could take a penalty for Real Madrid? Hold the ball, who's the guy that gonna say, no, Kareem, let me take it. Yeah. And this is the part that is difficult because I assume that he's not going to take himself out of the question. No, he's not going to take himself out of the running. And who else is going to then be powerful enough and strong enough in that team or in that locker room to say, Kareem? You know what? Maybe we give somebody else a chance. And but that's a conversation that needs to be had at the very least because of the record that you just saw. It's not a good percentage at all. When you're missing 5 penalties inside of 13, that is not good. Let me break it down for you. That is back. Right? Cutting edge analysis, you miss 5 out of 13 penalties. That is not good. And even if you're cutting Benzema, you have to be strong enough to be able to take that criticism from your teammates and suggest that maybe somebody else gets an opportunity to take the big penalty kick whenever that comes up. But also if I'm Ben samar, and I'm all in that ball and someone comes up and say, you know that Champions League winning medal that you've got is because of my penalties. Yes. However, the numbers don't lie. Pablo, do you remember? And take the ball off in? No, no, no chance, no chance. Who else? I mean, if you all benched him up, you have to wait, or just keep trying and try to score goals or pay attention to get that confidence back or the way you should be humbling off to say, okay, I'm not out of confidence now that I want to take the penalty and let I don't know, beneath you. But someone else to take it, but I'm sure no one is teammates would go and say anything to Ben sima, for sure. Here's the other thing. And just for a little bit of context, set your reader, the same goalkeeper that he was facing today from moza sooner. Yeah, he stuck two penalties against Ben Simmons last season. And whether you think that's Benzema's head or not, well, it doesn't really matter what we saw. The final result was that got invented did not look all that comfortable, hit it off the crossword and out. But that only this is only a conversation about cutting Benzema and penalty kicks. I suppose that that's a direction we want to go. But truly
The Autosport Podcast
"moza" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"I haven't seen very much of the footage. The problem I have with it is the safety aspect, which is that I was at turn 13 for FP one on Friday, where there were drone cams and there is a reason that in general use drones are not flown very near things and drones have got like sharp, very fast spinning blades and for them to be flying around like that. I wasn't sold on the idea. Because they were dashing around right above where we were and it wouldn't take very much for drones to fall out of the sky and hit a driver on the head mid chicane and cause also problems. I'm sure the FIA have thought of this in FOM and all, you know, sure everyone's thought of that, but they're not foolproof and I just think for the sake of an extra bit of footage maybe it's safe and not to risk that. You say with I'm sure they thought about it, but then they probably should have thought about what happened in Abu Dhabi 2021 being possible and they clearly didn't. It's worth it. It's worth pointing these things out. Luke, what's your thoughts on the drain cam? Can I give a simple answer? Yes, please do. Yeah, it was cool. I think it needs to be a bit better. Alpha tauri did some really cool stuff with some drawings for their lunch a few years ago. Talking about that's what I'm talking about. That's when it's done really well and obviously that's a closed circuit and it's for filming purposes. But as we said, it can work. We've seen it in other series. Safety aspect definitely something that needs to consider and be aware of. But hopefully it can be a cool broadcasting advance for F one. Okay, what I'm going to group Lee congest together in the positive camp and Megan you're in the negative camp. Where I also am and where is the entirely correct place to be? Don't do it again, F one. Thanks very much. It was really nice to see what I presume was the WRX track that Barcelona had a few years ago. We saw it again and repeat. It didn't add anything as just said it just made me feel queasy as does the helmet cam at that times. I don't think it's wonderful. Don't get me wrong, that is brilliant, but what I would suggest is not to use it as part of the live element of it, save it for replays. The problem with that obviously is I know that recording and broadcasting different camera features very expensive, very difficult. But anyway. But I think the formula E helmet cam is brilliant. Like that is sharp, it's clear, it's really good. So again, they just need to work out how to get it on that on that same level. We polled the Twitter audience. We got over a thousand votes and I can tell you Alex that's 63.1% are fans of drone cam. So I think you just gotta you guys are just gonna have to embrace it because it's coming. I feel like this is the future of broadcast like they're trialing it with other NFL, they're trying it with football, which again is more static. I grant you and it's on a smaller playing field. But I genuinely feel like it's like four K cameras, right? This is the future of broadcasting. You're right, they have to get it right, but I feel like this is going to be a you're going to be massively outvoted in terms of whether or not this is coming to F one or not. Yeah, I think as well just on the helmet cam. With what you said about doing it separately, because sorry to bring up bikes again. But in moza GP, you can watch whole races from the helmet cams or they've got a new shoulder can, which they've been using, which is really cool. So maybe something like that would be a good compromise for people who do like the helmet cam and people who don't. Well, on that, I'll be honest, I'm not going to stop going on about how it's a bad thing because eventually if a drone falls out of the sky, Blake chops someone's arm off, that's going to be a massive lawsuit. If it falls into the driver's head out of control, then I just think it's going to be worth it. I take the point that it can look good. It didn't hear, but I still think it's a bad thing. But as we say, good on them for trying something because for how many years did Formula One just do absolutely nothing to help fans even understand the racing better. So fair enough. Let's speaking of fans, let's come and talk about a really serious issue for this weekend, which was the problems that a lot of the fans at the tracking Barcelona encountered. And this is actually got a really serious element underneath it regarding what could potentially happen to this race in the future because essentially F one has promoters on notice that they risk losing their races. Their places on the calendar if they don't keep up with what F one itself considers to be the best. And this is actually sent us on three key areas. That's what they offer to the public in terms of racing, the track infrastructure and management of the events, Stefano domenicali, F one CEO, saying in an interview earlier in this year, it's not enough to have pedigree anymore. You also have to demonstrate that you were keeping up. Now Megan and Luke, obviously, you guys were there, so I think it's really important that you talk about it first because as we discussed before coming on air, lots and lots of people getting in touch, sharing their views on social media about how much they affected they suffered considering not able to get hold of water and very easy in the burning sunshine. So mega maybe you could just sort of sum up what the issues were at Barcelona this weekend. I think the main issues I've seen people discussing, one of them was around our access to water, so a lot of the food and drinks stands. It's one stand for food and drink,.
How to Live A Fantastic Life
"moza" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life
"We have a very special guest today. Her name is Ellie, chefy. And she's president of CN CEO of made to change the world the ink. She's an attorney and entrepreneur, a speaker. A strategist, a teacher, a trainer, a coach, a mentor, and an award winning author who is regularly featured in publications and on podcasts and television shows. Well, that's how most people attribute her and introduce her because she truly is a superstar. But you know one of the feast all those things, she wasn't always that way. She's also an abuse survivor. Rape survivor. A domestic violence survivor. She's lived in her car and eaten the food from restaurants that were throwing them out at the end of the night. She's a cancer survivor and a medical miracle who has spent the last two decades defying doctors depth deadlines. Welcome Ellie sheffey. Thank you so much for having me. It's an honor and a pleasure to be here. Well, I'm going to take you back to when you were such a superstar right now. Let's go back to maybe when you were living in your car. And when you were eating the garbage that was being thrown up from restaurants at the end of the day, how long ago was that? That was in the late 90s. 90s. What turn of events got you into that situation? Well, I have left my first year of college because I absolutely hated the university that I was attending. And I had had several unfortunate events occur over the course of that year that I had brought to the administration's awareness and they were unwilling to do anything about it. And when you're at a school that clearly does not value you and it has a hefty price tag, you leave. I didn't want to give him any more money. But the downside to that was now I was no longer in school and I didn't have a job and I didn't have any money. And so I answered the ad for a management training center. And I worked my way up from a manager training up and to a regional manager. And they sent me around the country to open up different offices. And they had sent me to Texas to partner with the regional manager that was already in Texas that had control over that area. And pretty quickly after going there, I realized that her values and my values did not align. And so I chose to stand in my ethics to stand in my integrity and not to partner with her. Well, that meant that now I'm in a strange state where I don't know anyone. And the job that I was supposed to do, I was now not willing to do, because I wasn't willing to compromise my ethics and my integrity. And I couldn't open up a competing management training center because she ran the territory. And what was I to do? I had no money, no job, no friends. I had spent every ounce of money I had saved to relocate myself and then left the company before they reimbursed me for my moving expenses. Oh my goodness. So we're in a pickle. They were in a petal. Thankfully, I had my trusty Toyota herself hatchback. My little itty bitty two door car and that became my home on wheels. And then, you know, had to get creative and start from scratch. Yes. And you did start your scratch. What happened next? What was your next adventure after that? So my next adventure was I thought, well, if I can't directly compete by opening a management training center, I went back to all the roots of what do I know what can I do? What can I monetize what skills do I have? And how can I harness all of that with my resourcefulness with my resiliency and figure out a solution? And so I opened a sales office and a receptionist training office instead of a management training office. And I learned that so I did that by parking my car in the parking lots of places like motel 6 or red roof in or it's super 8. Motels of bad nature where there's a lot of people coming and going and it's well lit and it's safe, but it's not so upscale or so stringent that security is going to notice or run you off. Also that had 24 hours lobbies that had wrapped donut sticks for breakfast and really bad coffee for breakfast that then kept some apples and the lobby that had the newspaper, the daily paper and the lobby. And so I would move from parking lot to parking lot from moza to motel. But I was able to eat the rap donut stick for breakfast, have some terrible coffee. And look through the classifies of the newspapers and what I noticed is there were a lot of companies that needed receptionists. There were a lot of companies that needed salesforces. And so I started to take note of the different companies. What were the requirements they were looking for? What was their phone number? And then I started to call these companies that had the ads for receptionists and for salespeople. And I broke her to deal with them. I said, what if I could do the recruiting, the interviewing, and the training of these sales teams and of these receptionists? And then give you a ready made salesperson or a ready made receptionist and then you essentially give me a recruiting fee and training fee of finder space. And that is, in fact, what I started to do. And it cost me nothing, you know, I would just go to pay phones for a little while. And then I found a really, really tiny 80 ft² one room office in one of those executive office suite buildings. And I negotiated two months free rent and negotiated a free phone with a phone a dedicated phone line, and that became my recruiting center, my interview center and my training center. It then also became my home.
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"Back to fast money earnings alert on FedEx. The stock is dropping after hours down 1.8%. The call, just getting underway in a few minutes. Let's get to see Modi for the latest sema. Hey, Melissa sharers, I'm about 2% in extended trade as you just said, FedEx said its results were partially offset by the omicron variant, which CFO Michael lens said caused disruptions to its networks and diminished custard customer demand in January and into February, higher transportation costs and wages also weighing on results. The shortfall in volumes were offset a bit by the jump in shipping prices and that ultimately helped revenue stay afloat, average ground rates were up 9% while express rates soared about 19%. Leadership or structure will likely be a topic on the conference call, FedEx recently announced CEO Fred smith's son, Richard, who's been there for a while as the next CEO of the express business. Now, analysts I Barclays this morning said they view the appointment as yet another lost opportunity on the topic of diversity in thought. This as FedEx continues to trail its peers in the industrial and transport sector, its market cap nearly one third of competitor UPS. Moza, same a thank you, sima mauri, Tim, would you make it the results? I think the results were fine. When I hear about it and only cron headwind, that's something that actually I'm happy to shrug off. When I hear about some of the inherent transportation costs, that's something I'm a little bit more concerned. I think the wage is dynamic they talked about that. That's not difficult. X some retirement and pension commitments, 21 and a half bucks a share. You all can do that math. This is basically trading at ten times 11 times, which we know and Karen, we talk about this all the time. I mean, is it trough multiple and FedEx, something to get excited about, or is this one of these stocks you don't buy at the lows on a drop? I don't know. Well, I own it, so it would be like buying it. I mean, to me, I agree with you. The thing that I always look at is how did they do relative to UPS and UPS put up that great quarter, but it's worth keeping in mind. UPS quarter ended in December. This quarter for FedEx was January and February. So that was really the heart of omicron. So I'll give him a pass on omicron for this. They should make the year. We've already three quarters of the way through it. So they're just talking about this fiscal year meeting their expectations. I mean, at this multiple I'm still hanging on to it, just to consider it. I think it's value. Shouldn't we hear though on the conference call a little bit more about how the Russia Ukraine conflict is playing out in terms of business demand and international, I would think that they already came out in the release and said they expect strong earnings growth in the fourth quarter, Jeff, you buy that. Yeah, I mean, listen, I think the good thing is that it was cheap going into earnings. And we all know that they're dealing with issues, and that's probably why, whether it's fuel costs or slowing economy or what have you. But I think the price going into earnings is going to help. I think that's why you're not seeing it move too much to the downside after the report. And probably a good time to throw up the chart that I sent in, but I think this is particularly interesting. So I've been doing this a lot with different stocks and sectors lately, but I charted FedEx relative performance against the S&P 500 against manufacturing PMI. So a pretty good gauge of the economy and not surprisingly like most transports, the relative performance tends to ebb and flow with the economy. So I keep talking about this slowing growth dynamic. But FedEx is already lagged, the S&P 500 by 30% since the peak and manufacturing PMI. So the question is, is it more priced in and a name like FedEx versus say a union Pacific or one of the other transports? I think the answer is probably yes. So I would feel safe either buying or owning the stock here. Guy, you're taking this quarter. Stock was just less than $200 a couple of weeks ago. So I mean, I know it's not a big deal. It has rallied 10% in the amount of time. I mean, obviously the broader market. I hear what Tim is saying. But express is basically half the $23 billion quarter half of that revenues ish or express. And that's who's being put in charge. His son, I'm sure he's great. It's just an interesting decision. But you know what the problem is? The best margins they have were in freight. That's the smallest part of their business. And the biggest margins were not good. 5.8% operating margins were no bueno. So the only bullish case you can make here, which I've tried to make a number of times incorrectly has been on valuation. I still think you can make that case, but the stock just can't get out of its own way. Karen, when you're talking about the differences in the quarters and when the quarters end, are you now extrapolating back to UPS thinking that they are going to see that degree of headwind from and demand destruction from omicron? Yes, I think so. I mean, it seems likely. So UPS had a fantastic quarter. I think they'll have a less good quarter, but they still seem to do it better, right? It's definitely FedEx has a road map for how to get there. That's just really quickly. They both have pricing power. They've proven that. And FedEx goals should be UPS's gross margin. Meantime, check out shares of U.S. steel plunging after the company you should first quarter guidance that came in below analysts. The company saying it expects earnings of two 96 to $3 a share compared to street estimates of three 77 guy. What's up with this? You know, Tim will echo this, I'm sure. I mean, from quarter to quarter, it's hard to make heads or tails of where U.S. deal comes in and numbers. I mean, they are literally all over the map. I think in order to remain bullish here in letter X, which I am, by the way, you just have to believe that the horizon for them, the run where they have in terms of steel and steel prices is going to last for the next couple of years. I do. So there's going to be noise around earnings, go back and look at the last 6, 7 quarters, and you'll see similar. I think you just have to be steadfast in your belief that they're probably one of the better operated companies out there. And you have the tailwind with both demand and steel prices. And I'm long the name, they have less exposure to auto. If you listen to these numbers too, they also point out though that they're long-term contracts are ridiculously profitable here. So obviously with the price move higher and steel, they talked about the backlog at big river, which is significant as they've seen in a long, long time. This stock traded 90% up over the course of almost 40 sessions into this print, giving a little back. I think it's going higher, I stay long. Where are you in medals, Jeff, if anywhere? Well, I think particularly this stock, I like it. It was overbought, clearly. And I think that's part of the problem, but I do think that the breakout above $30 is meaningful and you can see the moving averages turning higher. So there's certainly momentum there. I agree with guy. If you think the price of steel is going to stay high, then this is a good place to be. So I would be a buyer here on any pullbacks. Coming.
"moza" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Sent more troops down in 1927, Diaz came back into power and around this time, 1927, there were rose a true national hero. And when I say true national hero, I don't mean Andrew Torres was inspired. I mean there are statues of this guy across the country. But he is the George Washington of Nicaragua. His name is Augusto Cesar sandino. Sandino organized the resistance to the U.S. occupation, which was pretty significant challenge as you might imagine. He declared war on the United States, which again, pretty impressive for a guy with an army that ranged from several hundred to several thousand. And so was early guerrilla campaign tactics in the 1920s, 1930s. And he cast that in broader anti imperialist terms, he brought in a Honduran diplomat to be basically his Secretary of State. This is a time in which, you know, part of our U.S. colonialist strategy was pitting Latin American nations against one another. And sandino was also, again, outspokenly pro American, never, there was zero evidence that he ever took American hostages, he vowed never to harm American citizens who were in Nicaragua, right? Like he was just, you know, hey, U.S. should get out. In fact, his demands in 1927 were the resignation of the pro U.S. stooge president Diaz. The withdrawal of U.S. troops and new elections to be supervised by a community of Latin American nations. And also abrogating the chamorro agreement with William Jennings Bryan to build the canal in Nicaragua. Very, very important at the time was a huge giveaway to the United States. It was terrible for the Nicaraguan people. Wound up not being necessary because the U.S. due to the instability decided not to proceed with the Nicaraguan canal. But that was still a live issue 1927. His guerrilla war campaign wages for 6 years. Now it's 1933 in sandino. He's now general sandino. Managed to force the United States to withdraw their military from Nicaragua. Now, he was aided by The Great Depression in the United States. He was aided by the election of FDR, who was probably thinking about The Great Depression when cutting back on our military adventurism. FDR implemented what was known as the good neighbor policy, which officially said that we were going to be non interventionist in the internal affairs of Latin American nations. Again, feel free to write in. I am not suggesting that FDR fulfilled that promise to the letter. I am suggesting it marked a public shift away from we're going to treat these as client states. And oversaw a free and fair election that resulted in a market change from everything to date in somebody else being named president, right? That's part of why sandino was considered a national hero, right? Never seized power for himself. Wow. The person who was elected was liberal Juan Batista sacasa. Now, U.S. is getting out 1933, 1934, but they've been running things for two decades, and one of the things they've been running was the National Guard, The Guardian national, which was organized, trained by the U.S. Marines. Boy, this really feels a lot like Afghanistan. The more things change. So one of the last acts of our outgoing ambassador, Matthew Hannah, was to ensure that Antonio samosa Garcia would be appointed the director of The Guardian national. He was a politically connected member of the National Guard at the time. That was 1933. In 1934, sandino, the hero met with incoming president sacasa and sacasa said, look, we'd like to consolidate power. You have a gorilla army. It seems like you've accomplished your objectives. So maybe you want to stand those guys down. And those talks went great. Sam dino said, yep, I pledge loyalty to this government, give me three months. I'm going to disarm all of the forces. And the major concession he got was squatters rights in an uninhabited uninhabited, but any sparsely inhabited area of Nicaragua called the coco river valley. So look, yeah, I've got all these militia types here in the field. They're ready to roll up their sleeves and become farmers and homesteaders give them some land and we will disband the paramilitary revolutionary forces. While they were leaving those talks, February 21, 1934. Samosa, the U.S. appointed head of the National Guard, had 6 handpicked thugs drag sandino and his brother, two other generals out of the car, and shot them in the back of the head. Wow. Legend has it that the assassins took Samos head to the U.S. government to the CIA as a trophy. That is not confirmed, but that is part of how the story is told. Samosa then sent out the orders and murdered the rest of sandino's forces. They never got a chance to go settle in the coco river valley. And over the next two years, basically eliminated all of the military opposition, forced president Sarkozy to resign and in the 1936 election, somehow that wound up being a nip and tuck race that samosa one a 107,201 to 100. Yeah, that sounds realistic. So yeah, right. So samosa then took power on January 1st, 1937. He immediately amended the constitution to centralize power in himself. And he and his corrupt family would rule as autocratic strong men for four decades. Wow. He is the kind of corrupt monster that Donald Trump would have loved. Probably did. So how about this one? In World War II, Nicaragua declared on behalf of the allies. Okay, that's good, right. They sent zero troops to Europe. They did get lend lease military equipment from the United States, which they used to repress their own people. And here's the real trumpian part. Samosa was already like Trump astonishingly wealthy as the heir to a coffee plantation. During World War II, he had the government seize all German owned properties in Nicaragua and sold them to himself. So by 1944 he was the single largest landowner in all of Nicaragua. He owned 51 cattle ranges, 46 coffee plantations, basically everything of value in the country. When I tell you the percentage of the country's wealth that his family owned slightly later in the story, you will not believe the number. I had to look at multiple sources to confirm this. So samosa, samosa, named himself the director of the country's largest state owned railroad, the Pacific railroad, and then ordered the railroad to move his coffee and be from across the country for free. Guys running every day. He gave everything to himself. What's left is a great question because what he couldn't personally steal from the land, he gave away to U.S. corporations to come mine gold to slash and burn timber to harvest rubber trees. You know, he lacked the infrastructure to be able to develop those factories. You can seize a coffee plantation and run it with essentially slave labor. But you can't build up the infrastructure to do it. So instead, gave those away to U.S. companies who paid him personally in what were called presidential commissions. He would make imports of certain goods illegal and then fund and develop the illegal entity that would then sell those goods nationally and then not prosecute them. He would take bribes from organized crime. So by 1950, he's like the Michael Jordan of corruption. Yeah, he was one of the richest men in the world. You can't last forever on that. So he was assassinated in 1956, succeeded by his son, Donald Trump Jr., his son, Luis samosa. Louisa mozo was slightly more slightly less autocratic, no less corrupt. He provided the launch point for the bay of pigs, for example. So the CIA called up their buddy samosa trained those operatives in Nicaragua before launching towards Cuba. Luisa moza managed to orchestrate kind of a handful of samosa friendly puppet rulers before being succeeded by his brother anastasio samosa, good friend to Richard Nixon. I think this summarizes him. His most famous quote is, I don't want an educated population I want oxen. Oh boy. So authoritarian authoritarian ruler of Nicaragua. So the samosas, this is the part that I've told you a lot. They owned a company called plasmapheresis. Plasmapheresis, true to its name, collected blood plasma from the poorest of Nicaraguan citizens and sold abroad to the United States and Europe. Half a liter of blood would sell for 35 Nicaraguan cordobas, which is about $5 at the time. Literally bleeding their own people dry for money..
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"moza" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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Elevation Church Podcast
"moza" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"See for me is not that hand that gets me in. Trouble is the other hand. Meyer the mighty hand. I like that one my hand a different story because washes moza said. How are we going to do this. And god said what is that in your hand so now after god tells him what he's going to do with his hand he points to moses hand. I think this is where. I think this is where we should spend a little time today. Talking about the other hand. Oh god is awesome. And he's so great. And how great is our god. Sing with me. How great is our god and all. We'll see how great how great is our god. That's not the part. I have a problem with because twenty five years ago. When pastor. Mickey said that god's hand was on me he only told me half of it. You know god's hand can be on you in a great way but if you don't believe it if you don't receive it god can put you in position. That's one thing about his hand. The bible says that if you humble yourself under the mighty hand of god he will lift you up in due time. You don't have to do it yourself. You don't have to position yourself you don't have to show off what you can do. God will do amazing things through your life if you stay under his hand yet. The hard thing for me has not been god's hand. I can trust his hand i can. I can believe in his hand. I can see the evidence of this hand. Only he listened to me. I'm from monks corner. South carolina the scotus done for me and my life. The places he has taken me are so far from where i started. I know it had to be him in fact even the people that mistreated me. They didn't know it. But god was using their.
Run The Jewelz Show
"moza" Discussed on Run The Jewelz Show
"Important thing substantive things not the first black this of the earth black that the heck with that that that's cute little novelty information. I'm talking about real black people who do real black things to help move our freedom forward we wanna talk about. Dr king and moza parks the end. They are important. I'll never say they're not important. But my god does hundreds of other black people and they probably didn't even know those names who came before them and did so much that made it even possible for them to do some of the things that they so. It really started to bother me that i didn't know these things and i really wondered what that was. Well i learned. It is actually by design and tax when i just kind of melted down. You know to really realize that. The mechanisms of this country are such that we are really not supposed to be here and black vote. Don't wanna hear that but that is a real reality. We are not supposed to be here. Design was that we would not stay here and so why would we. Why would have structure designed really not for us to be a part of it. Why would that structure want you to know that you really did things your people. Your ancestors did anything of any substance that doesn't make sense. Why would they want you to know that. And so you know we black people keep drinking whatever cool eight. We're drinking trying believing that you know grow apart of this. And yes. We are a part of it. You're absolutely right. But you have to understand the structure. The structure was not designed for us to be a part absolutely and we have to take it upon ourselves to find out the information. That's going to make sense to us and that's going to nurture us and give us the kind of self maybe not give us self worth but certainly help us better. Build our self worth as young people you know. We have young black kids growing up now. Who don't think their ancestors really did anything of substance in this country right in talk and talk about that point to a little bit more in depth especially when it comes to economic on power and also on especially entrepreneurship That is is on creating different businesses and also different opportunities for diverse businesses in our community. Like what do you see a with the youth That she worked with especially with your foundation of talking about an also Even maybe some deep that may have some innovative ideas for creating new jobs that can create a more wealthy communities. Talk a little bit about that for well. That's the question for me to answer because the baton foundation is not really at least not at this. Point is not really focused. On what i guess folks call economic development. And i understand you know. Part of this is entrepreneurship but to be honest with you. I did not do this to be an entrepreneur. I did this. Because i care about how people see themselves in our communities and speed their culture and history if you want to tie it into economic development in fact i think i just heard this the other day one. The the commodity that the united states exports the most of is culture. What is united states culture based on in large part us. Of course yes yes. And so when i heard that the other day in fact now i have to really start kind of doing some research in giving the meat on the bones as it were because when i think i have heard that before our number one export is culture. Sean i believe i have heard that before. And so if that's true which i don't doubt it is What is the group that is the foundation of that culture from food to music to fashion unum. It and black folks. In many instances lead the way or are the integral component in whatever. The cultural form might be. You know you hear people in just really burns my it burns my hair and and you see i don't have much burs me up to here on various radio jet jazz radio stations white radio jazz stations like the one i listened to on Satellite radio you know people talking about jazz de original the only original american art form. Well who the hell is created jazz. Exactly and i get really upset. When i hear black people black jazz musicians and and other well known black folk you know we're always so willing to Lessen our involvement in something and which of course is part of the whole structural racism piece. But you know we're always so well you know. Music is the universal language. Well i don't. I don't know if that's true or not if you music is a universal language And if that is true. I don't hear all black folk singing opera right right. That's true and those that do don't ever make the don't ever make the assumption that opera comes out of their culture who so why do by americans and others you know. Feel that jazz. Is the art form that comes on this country without ever or seldom acknowledging the people and the culture from which jazz comes and the same goes with the blues when i came to atlanta to take a job at the atlanta history. I'll never forget this. They were doing a series called. I can't remember the name of it now. Something about the blues. It was a blue series. I can't think of the name of the series now. But when i came for my interview in february of one thousand nine hundred ninety nine there it so happened that one of their jet blues concerts was happening. That friday or saturday night must have been fighting. I don't know so. They gave me a couple of tickets and invited me to come to the jazz to the blues concert And so i went thinking this. Is the museum going to be working at people down going to be working with the gonna be there kind of start to get a feel for the audience that comes to the history center. All of that kind of stuff went ninety. Percent of the audience was by.